From Edibuki we want to thank the great participation and quality of stories received. We also congratulate the finalists and winner.
Being a juror has been really difficult and it took us a lot of time to decide. Picking one among all those presented was a challenge.
Thank you all for your participation!
Lulina L'Ombelica Louisa Lorenz
What we would highlight of this work is the story itself, the author’s narrative skills and the contents, mixing the personal matters with the Erasmus life and keeping always the interest on what will come next.
It is encouraging to read the way the author addresses the problems posed by life and how she overcomes them.
Filifionka Malgorzata Filiczkowska
This is the kind of story you cannot stop reading once you start and reflects a very personal cultural differences between countries in Europe. She meets all the challenges and turns them into opportunities, not getting off the reader of the work.
Ali Alicja Rudowska
The author shows step by step all the stages of the Erasmus stay, since she starts to think about it until the end of the adventure (even with an open end). It is very well structured and easy to read.
Berlinerin Päivi Hutukka
This is a very well structured story, recounting all stages of her Erasmus experience in Berlin. Transmits all the energy of the author, who does not miss any of the opportunities that are presented at her destination.
Atramiko Marta Maj
The Erasmus is also about travelling and meeting new places in all the places you visit, and this book reflects it very well, especially about southern Spain. It’s always nice to read stories where the protagonists have fun and want to share it with others.
Holly Monika Komar
A straightforward story about how to take the most of the Erasmus experience. The author reflects the spirit of the Erasmus to perfection in such an interesting place as Barcelona and the rest of Spain are.
Ray Ray Geanina-Mihaela Spinu
The author expresses her desire to see the world and meeting its people. Narrating how to deal with a society like Nordic, the multiculturalism, and realizing the differences across sites. All this told from the perspective of an Erasmus student who does not waste the opportunities existing 3000 kilometers away from home.
Mediantiba Mhd Median Tiba
This book reflects the history of the type of person that nothing around him can stop. Keeps trying to achieve his dreams even if they are at the other end of the world.
Didi Ditka Caks
This story reflects the fulfillment of a desire to live in Barcelona and tells the daily life of an Erasmus student. The author transmits the vitality and her desires with which she tackles the adventure of her life.
Anastasia T Anastasiia Tolkachenko
About how if you prepare to achieve your goals always reach. The author shares all the new experiences that she has and point out more attention from the food, language and culture. Always nice to read how she is sharing all the experiences with friends.
Budapest36 Benjamin Klasche
The author reflects the authentic experience of the Erasmus program. Travel, fun, study and taking contact with new cultures and realities, from the Balkans to the Baltic States, and Hungary of course.
Sassenach Malin Schubert
This work shows an interesting collection of personal experiences, very well arranged chronologically. His writing style is innovative and original.
Perpetui Simona Macorová
A very personal view on the experience of an international girl. It is a fun outgoing story, and takes you with her to all the places she is visiting. We predict that this author is going to be a globetrotter.
Tatata Tatiana Horavová
Even when it is scary to take the major decisions you have to keep trying and in the end results will come, even when at first sight they were not exactly what you were looking for. This is the important lesson transmitted by the author, seeing just the bright side and always looking forward.